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Nevada Company Records

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Identifier: NC428
Overview The Nevada Company was Nevada mining corporation organized in 1897; head office moved to New York 1942; company dissolved 1971. The company was largely owned by the Anson Phelps Stokes family which operated mining, transportation, and banking enterprises in Nevada and eastern California. Part of the company's property near Berlin, Nevada as purchased by the State for Ichthyosaur State Park. The collection includes minutes, articles of incorporation, bylaws, stock certificates, legal records,...

Pless Dredging and Reclamation Company Correspondence

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Identifier: 95-19
Abstract Letters to the Bullion and Exchange Bank (Carson City, Nevada) from the Pless Dredging and Reclamation Company discuss the effect of war on finances of the United States, the incorporation of the Pless Company, the bank's need to exercise care in the display of its money, and a stockholders' meeting of the Merchant's Ice and Cold Storage Company. Dates range from 1899-1902.

Radio Script

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Identifier: 88-40
Abstract Script/story about W. D. "Billy" Murray, who in 1906 served as an informal bank in Goldfield, Nevada.

The State Bank and Trust Company, Goldfield Branch Checks and Document

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Identifier: NC1305
Overview The State Bank and Trust Company was a bank based out of Carson City, Nevada with branches across the state, including in Goldfield, Nevada during the early days of the mining boom. Collection contains eight cancelled checks from the State Bank and Trust Company, Goldfield Branch, from 1904 and one document regarding services offered by the company from 1906, including acting as bankers and brokers for trading stock.

Transcript of testimony taken under oath under Senate Joint Resolution #6, by Banking Investigating Committee

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Identifier: NC358
Abstract Testimonies include statements by Acting Governor Morley Griswold and accounting statements from various firms affected by the bank closings.